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'Tis the season for film festivals

Organizers of the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival have unveiled the lineup for this year's event, which runs Oct. 20-Nov. 12. Aside from the previously announced opening-night selection of Pedro Almodovar's Volver, other big-name attractions include Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing (which I wasn't able to see at Toronto but heard great things about); the British comedy Driving Lessons; the Sundance festival darling Flannel Pajamas; and the documentary Tell Me Cuba, about the U.S. embargo on the island. For more information, visit www.fliff.com.

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Brian Feldman

How can FLIFF (Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival) claim to be "the world's longest celebration of motion pictures" when it is Seattle that is the longest, at 3 weeks 4 days. To be fair, FLIFF is 3 weeks 3 days. (Seattle, SIFF, also screens way more films.)

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